What's the connection between sleep patterns, personality types and well-being? Researchers find a few surprises
New research casts doubt on the most common treatment for lower back pain
Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Holly Phillips discuss the top medical stories on "CBS This Morning: Saturday"
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Health officials in Florida have confirmed the first cases of Chikungunya, a dangerous mosquito-borne virus, have been acquired in the mainland U.S.
Now that warm weather has arrived, it's time to eat, drink -- and be wary
In our busy, connected world it can be challenging to decompress, but there are ways to optimize the health benefits of a getaway
Dr. Marc Leichtung of Manhattan Dental Arts provides helpful hints to keep your teeth on the up-and-up
Researchers with a biomedical technology company and MIT are testing a contraceptive microchip
Costly robotic surgery is rising in popularity, but researchers find it doesn't improve the patient's care
Using a test originally designed for human infants, researchers confirmed what many dogs owners have long suspected
Over-the-counter pain reliever in Tylenol is commonly recommended for back pain, but its effectiveness had never been studied before
Sheik Umar Khan, a virologist who has treated over 100 people sickened with the deadly disease that has no cure, is now fighting for his life
Michael Farrell submitted his resignation following safety lapses involving anthrax and bird flu
New research finds women who received an epidural during labor were less likely to suffer depression as new moms
Report reveals growing use of "performance enhancing" synthetic growth hormone among teens
Plague, spread by rodents like marmots, reportedly kills a man and prompts quarantine in part of northern Chinese city
Study looks at how many parents don't recognize potentially serious health consequences of childhood obesity and fail to do anything about it
Study finds concussions and other lacrosse injuries are increasing. Could more be done to protect players?
New research could help with more accurate prognosis and future drug development